Address : King George V Park, New England Highway, Willow Tree
Phone : 02 6747 1226
Email : email@example.com
The Liverpool Plains Visitor Information Centre, on the New England Highway in Willow Tree is the perfect stop for weary travellers. It boasts clean toilets, comfy chairs to have a sit and relax, a vast range of free maps and brochures well beyond the local area, souvenirs and gifts to buy and friendly staff who can tell you all there is to know about the Liverpool Plains and its attractions. There is a coffee shop next door, alfresco dining with view to the play equipment, there are pic nic tables and a lovely park for a rest.
The Foyer of the Visitor Information Centre displays the original Warrah Desk, which the AA company took to Warrah Station in the early 1830ies. The AA company donated the desk to the Warrah people in 2013 to mark the centenary of the Warrah subdivision and the Warrah people in turn gave it on permanent loan to the Visitor Information Centre, where it is for all to see. Old photos and information boards take you right back to Willow Tree’s history. The Centre also boasts a fantastic agricultural display outlining farming practices in the Liverpool Plains.
Open Mo – Sun 9.00am to 5.00pm, closed 25. and 26. December and Good Friday.
Facilities : Toilets, Access toilets and baby change table, children's playground, displays, souvenirs and gifts, free brochures and maps, computers, free Wi-Fi, adjoining Café, water for pets
Children allowed : Yes